An atheist’s experience at Lutheran Campus Ministry

It wasn’t a conversion experience, and it didn’t need to be. I was content enough to learn about a religion and group I knew little about — to replace my own expectations of rigidity with real, complex and kind people of faith. 

| Senior Forum Editor

Swimming and diving defeats Saint Louis University in fall opener

The Washington University swimming and diving team beat Division I Saint Louis University in a competitive dual meet at the I.E. Millstone Pool this past Friday. The men’s team finished 149-74 over SLU. The women’s team fell, 136-105, but the combined score put the Bears ahead, 254-210, for the win.

Will Slatin | Contributing Reporter

Women’s track and field wins Billiken Invitational, men place second

The Washington University outdoor track and field teams battled at the Billiken Invitational this weekend, with the women finishing first over host Saint Louis University and the men finishing second to SLU.

| Staff Reporter

Swimming defeats SLU in season opener for first time in 25 years

The Washington University swimming and diving teams made a splash in their season opener with a pair of victories over Division I Saint Louis University.

| Senior Editor

Icona Pop to headline SLU concert, too

The day before WILD, Icona Pop will headline a concert just four miles to the east of the Danforth campus, at Saint Louis University. But Icona Pop is not the first artist to perform at other venues around St. Louis while also playing at Washington University.

Oliver Lazarus | Contributing Reporter

Swimming teams fall to SLU despite strong start to meet

In the opening meet of the season, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams fell short to NCAA Division I Saint Louis University on Friday.

Gadiel Rosenblut | Contributing Reporter

Freshman transitions to college swimming with event win

Only two men’s swimmers won events in Washington University’s first meet of the season, a duel against local Division I rival Saint Louis University. One was expected: junior Luke Dobben, an All-American last winter and the owner of two school records.

| Sports Reporter

SLU’s Father Biondi announces resignation

Father Lawrence Biondi, president of St. Louis University, will resign after 25 years in the position amidst ongoing controversy over his leadership from faculty and students. The decision follows widespread concern about Biondi’s management, which many say has impeded the school’s growth in rankings and to provide a supportive environment for students and faculty. In […]

Now Hear This: Southeast Engine

Find yourself wanting more from Mumford & Sons? Miss those quirky singles from “Juno”? Are you interested in banjo-tinged folk music? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’re in for a treat. Southeast Engine, an Ohio-based Appalachian folk group, is performing tonight at the Billiken Club.

| Music Editor

Off to the Library Annex

Washington University students are often heard complaining about the lack of variety in their nightlife—the places are always the same, the people never change and there is never enough energy. Although we all love the Wash. U. vibe, there must be something else out there to provide a change of scenery, right? Of course there is—and we have the perfect way to do it.

| Nightlife Columnists

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